These New England AirBnBs Are Straight Out Of A Fairy Tale

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You don’t have to visit Ireland to sleep in a castle or travel to the depths of Norway for the chance to explore a storybook hut. These nine AirBnBs look like they were ripped straight from the pages of your favorite fairy tales, and they’re all available to rent in New England.

Connecticut Castle.

If you’re a fairytale traditionalist, you’ll love staying at this classic Connecticut castle that looks like it was pulled straight from the pages of Cinderella. The renovated castle was built in 1917 after a trip to England inspired a family to make their dreams come true, according to The Hartford Current. The three bedrooms, all themed, include a Romeo-Juliet bedroom, and the interior porch is guarded by a medieval knight. The land has gardens, a gazebo near a pond and a fountain.

Critics say: “The chateau blew us away – it was everything we hoped for. Spacious, romantic, beautiful and the decor was fabulous and immaculately detailed. The grounds were absolutely breathtaking when covered in snow, while we stayed warm and toasty inside. A short drive to many shops and restaurants, yet still quiet and secluded.

Cost per night: $ 500 for eight guests.

Distance from Boston: 1.5 hours.

Stone chalet.

If you are a Little Red Riding Hood fan, act like the character and rush to grab this cozy cottage in New Milford, Connecticut. The three-bedroom house is beautifully decorated with field stone walls, pine paneling, vaulted ceilings, a wood-burning fireplace and period antiques.

Critics say: “I loved this amazing place. Wonderful host who took great care of a comprehensive house manual that lists everything and ensures all is well. It was as if we had stepped into another world, it was a storybook chalet. Highly recommended. “

Cost per night: $ 199 for four guests; $ 50 for each additional guest up to six.

Distance from Boston: 2.5 hours.

New Hampshire Treehouse

The tale of Swiss family Robinson claims the family built their treehouse on a deserted East Indian island, but this treehouse in Newbury, New Hampshire may convince you otherwise. The log cabin can accommodate four people and is ideal for adventurers who wish to spend a night above ground, enjoying the seclusion that this one-of-a-kind home offers.

Critics say: “Magic! We came from New York to Tiffany Hall Treehouse for my daughter’s 18th birthday. The magic started when I started communicating with Carolyn. From the time we booked the place to get here and we showing the ropes, Carolyn and Tiff were warm and welcoming. The treehouse is everything we three nature freaks who believe in fairy tales could ever dream of. It’s hard not to be blown away by the thoughtfulness, love and attention to detail put into this labor of love. I know this warm treehouse home and its wonderful hosts will bring many fond memories to people for years to come. “

Cost per night: $ 456 for four people.

Distance from Boston: 1.5 hours.

Well-stocked library.

This historic home in Tiverton, Rhode Island is like something straight out of the pages of The beauty and the Beast. The English Tudor is a three bedroom with a large mansion lounge featuring high ceilings, a chandelier and a full library that rivals that of Belle in Beast Castle. When the front yard cherry tree blooms in the spring, the front yard is covered with pink petals.

Critics say: “Patrick met us and greeted us at the Stone House. We had a wonderful stay. The house and property are charming, comfortable, peaceful and unique. I highly recommend this property and this host. ”

Cost per night: $ 399 for four people.

Distance from Boston: 1 hour.

Vermont cabin.

This cabin in Jamaica, Vermont, is reminiscent of the one Hansel and Gretel might have encountered. Designed as a traditional ‘little house’, this colorful room sleeps five on three beds and is set in a lilac garden that blooms in June, which you can enjoy from the porch decorated with light garlands.

Critics say: “Great chalet for a weekend getaway! It is very clean, warm and has everything you need. There are many books on how to design your own small house. It rained a lot so we weren’t able to try the fire pit, but enjoyed the sound of the rain hitting the tin roof. I recommend this one fully! ”

Cost per night: $ 192 for a guest; $ 10 for each additional guest up to five.

Distance from Boston: 2.5 hours.

Nantucket boat.

While this Nantucket yacht is a bit more luxurious than Captain Hook’s ship, you can still feel like you’re sailing the Seven Seas, while being comfortably anchored on Nantucket Island, with no boards. Relax on the deck, go for a swim, or watch the sunset on the 1953 sailboat that seats two in the cabin.

Critics say: “So funny !! Chad thought of everything we could wish for when we arrived and the boat was so lovely, carefully appointed with crisp linens, great pillows and great coffee! We loved having our picnics on board and taking the boat into town for dinner. The stars were amazing at night… ..a memorable and fun weekend!

Cost per night: $ 300 for two people.

Distance from Boston: 3.5 hours.

Massachusetts lighthouse.

You will feel like Ariel’s The little Mermaid when you stay a stone’s throw from the Atlantic in this Pocasset lighthouse. Located at the tip of Wings Neck Point, this three-bedroom living room is attached to the historic Wings Neck Lighthouse, which offers 360-degree views of the ocean from the Lantern Room. He dominates Ariel’s cave any day of the week.

Critics say: “I have just returned from a perfect week at the lighthouse. The house itself was so beautiful and had everything we needed. The sunsets were absolutely amazing! We had several generations (ages 10 to 55) and everyone had a great time. We are already planning our next visit! ”

Cost per night: $ 300 for eight guests.

Distance from Boston: 3.5 hours.

Historic Norwich Mansion.

Alice of Wonderland would be delighted with this historic mansion in Norwich, Connecticut. Located in the city’s “Millionaires Triangle”, each room in the house has a different theme, allowing for a stay of exploration and surprises. The Italian-style Victorian house has received some updates from famed architect Maya Lin, who designed the Vietnam Memorial, according to New England today, and can accommodate 16 people in eight bedrooms.

Critics say: “Rightfully the most incredible house I have ever stayed in. Sleek but comfortable. Huge and comfortable. A + “

Cost per night: $ 900 for 15 guests; $ 30 for each additional guest.

Distance from Boston: 2 hours.

Rhode Island cabin.

Snow White might have refused the prince’s rescue if she had had those digs in Rhode Island. The rustic cabin is located on a pastoral property on a small island off the coast of Jamestown, with a windmill, farmhouse, and glassblowing studio. The house is ideal for a peaceful getaway, with a view of the sunset over the fields and the sound of tree frogs to sing goodnight to you.

Critics say: “It was a magical little hut! Great location and awesome views. The hot outdoor shower on a crisp fall morning and late night with a campfire on the deck was amazing. Thank you!”

Cost per night: $ 190 for three people.

Distance from Boston: 1 hour and 45 minutes. will receive payment if a purchase is made through the item.

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